Drawings of everyday life

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Piano performance

At the end of the school year the music teacher of my daughter, Fonsa ten Velde, organizes a performance afternoon. All her younger students play for the other students and their family. Fonsa is a wonderful teacher, her youngest student is 7 years old, her oldest 89 (!) years.

This drawing was drawn from life on my iPad with the Paper53 app.


Ernst

Looking at his iPad, while I drew him on my iPad.

via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/kun2zV


Barien


Christmas scene in February

I drew this in February, it would be a good image for a Christmas card.

Made on my iPad with the Paper53 app, drawn from life.


Lenk

Four years ago I was in Lenk (Switzerland) and I made drawings in the vacation home. The drawings I made in this house, were the first post on this blog. And I used a part of these drawings as the header of this blog. Now I am again in Lenk, in the same house, and I did drew a part of the header of this blog. Now on my iPad. And with less concentration and determination, I must say.


Portrait of Jarno

Drawn from life on iPad with Paper53 app.


WRAP information evening



This are drawings I made during an evening on which Dienke Boertien gave information about WRAP. WRAP means Wellness Recovery Action Plan and is a wellness tool developed by Mary Ellen Copeland. You can use WRAP for dealing with any kind of mental health problem, medical problems and life issues. I love all the values of WRAP, here is my choice of favorite values of WRAP:

* Insisting that you be treated as an equal, with dignity, compassion, mutual respect, and unconditional high regard; as a unique, special individual, including acceptance of diversity with relation to culture, ethnicity, language, religion, race, gender, age, disability, sexual identity, and “readiness” issues, and treat others the same way.
* Avoiding the use of clinical, medical, and diagnostic language.
* Emphasizing strategies that are simple and safe.
* Understanding that difficult feelings and behaviors are normal responses to traumatic circumstances, and that what is happening in your life need not be considered symptoms or a diagnosis.
* People get well, stay well for long periods of time, and do the things they want to do with their lives.

More information about WRAP can be found on the US website or the Dutch website.

I drew these sketches from life with my iPad and the Paper53 app.


My ferry drawings published with Storehouse app

I downloaded the Storehouse app on my iPad and made in half an hour a presentation of the drawings I made on the ferry in the spring and summer of 2013. It is a very easy to use app, and it gives a very nice result.

Here are some screenshots from my iPad in the Storehouse app.

Here you can see it how it is on Storehouse:
https://www.storehouse.co/stories/u00o-on-the-ferry


Portrait of Alef

Drawn from life with Sketches app of Tayasui.


Magician Mal Cross

I met him in Manhattan, New York. I looked rather long at his moustache, so he invited me for a cup of coffee. He showed me some of his tricks and allowed me to draw him. And he explained me the effects of marijuana, which is a rather odd thing to do to someone from Amsterdam, I think. On his business card he wrote: Mal Cross, magician to the rich and famous. Here is his website: malcross.com
I drew it on my iPad with the Sketches app of Tayasui
Image via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/j9fHVu